Meredith Music Festival Twenty Twelve

Meredith Town

Meredith the town is about 13kms from the festival site. It has two pubs, a cafe, a servo and a General Store amongst other things, like a nursery and a small real estate office. To get to the festival from town turn off the Midland Highway at the Royal Hotel (Staughton Street) and go past Hearn’s Hotel till you get to the corner of Nolan Road. That’s about it there.

 

On your way through, why not consider dropping into one of the following local Meredith businesses:

 

MEREDITH MASSAGE AND HEALING

48 Staughton Street

Mandy invites you to have a relaxing massage, or replenish your spirit with crystals, candles, jewelery and artwork.

 

MORROW’S MEREDITH HOTEL (THE “TOP PUB”)

51 Staughton Street

See Steve and Kathy for meals, cigarettes, ice, and of course the bottle shop!

 

SYNOT’S SWEETS

43 Staughton Street

See Rick and Dave for ice-cream, lollies, takeaway food, drinks and more for the sweet tooth.

 

COCO MONKEY CAFÉ

Cnr Staughton Street and Midland Highway

See Susie and Bill for coffee and tea, all-day breakfast, eat in and takeaway food.

 

GARLAND TEAROOMS

Staughton Street

Deb and Gerry invite you into the new Garland tearooms in Staughton Street for high teas, Devonshire tea, and light luncheons.

 

MEREDITH CORNER STORE

Cnr Staughton Street and Midland Highway

The Meredith Corner Store offers takeaway food, groceries, cigarettes, magazines, and a post office to boot.

 

FOXY’S RESTAURANT & CAFE

Midland Highway

Foxy’s Restaurant provides eat-in and takeaway food, including pizza and fish’n’chips, and coffee, ice-cream and more.

THE ROYAL HOTEL (THE “BOTTOM PUB”)

Cnr Staughton Street and Midland Highway

Damien and Claire invite you to visit the re-modelled and re-named Royal Hotel. Here you can get meals, cigarettes, ice, alcohol, and put your bets on at the TAB.

 

MEREDITH ROADHOUSE

Midland Highway

A Festival institution, stop at the roadhouse for petrol, takeaway food, ice, and more.

 

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